December 11th was a positive day for America, as President Donald Trump finally signed a bill named the Syria Genocide Relief and Accountability Act. This bill would ensure adequate humanitarian relief is provided to Genocide and war victims of Syria and Iran.
The bill was first introduced by a Republican from New Jersey by the name of Chris Smith. This foreign lawmaker has also issued petitioned to foreign governments to identify Islamic perpetrators in delivering justice to the ones they’ve wronged.
At first, the bill for humanitarian aid wasn’t accepted by the US. But, Smith knew without the involvement of the US the relief for the war-stricken would not come. Hence, on his second try to get the bill passed Smith succeeded. The lead sponsor of this bill is Californian lady Anna Eshoo.
The signing of this bill was a grand affair indeed. Along with US president, Donald Trump was Mike Pence, the US vice-president, the Ambassador to the Holy See, Allista Gingrich, the Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom, Sam Brownback. Further presents were Erbil’s Chaldean Archbishop Bashar Warda and Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus Carl Anderson.
President Trump claimed that his government has garnered enough success in the curbing of the Islamic State and with this bill passed successfully now America can provide all the humanitarian aid required to the genocide victims and help them get back their livelihood.
This bill will cover humanitarian necessities like food, clothing and establish ways to give back to the people who lost it all at war.